Coronavirus Pandemic, How Education Moves Online, and the Unicheck Action

A novel coronavirus pandemic continues to cause a stir. COVID-19 cases are said to be spreading like wildfire and will reach a global peak before everything starts to slow down.

According to the official statement made by the World Health Organization, the pandemic outside China has grown 13-fold, which is a clear sign that academic institutions across the world will have to suspend studies or switch to online instruction.

Meanwhile, dozens of colleges and universities in the US, as well as the 27 EU countries and the UK, have chosen to close in-person classes until late March or early April.

Moving online should be completed within a remarkably tight time frame. Harvard’s going to transition by March 23, and they’re asking students to be fully prepared for remote classes until further notice.

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